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Monthly Archives: May, 2017

Human remains found in back yard of Spanish Fork residence

On May 22 at 10:15 AM Spanish Fork City Police officers were dispatched to 80 North 800 East on a report of human remains being located in the back yard of a residence at the above address. An in

Spanish Fork Police seek information about Wells Fargo Bank Robbery

On May 20 at 10:28 a.m., officers from the Spanish Fork City Police Department and neighboring agencies responded to the Wells Fargo Bank located at 251 E. 1000 North on a report of a robbery. An

Legion hosts ‘Walk for the Life of a Fallen Soldier’

Text and Photo by Ed HelmickThe legacy of our flag and the defenders of that flag need to be remembered from generation to generation. With that thought in mind, American Legion Post 68 organized

Scared safe at Spanish Fork High School

The reality and consequences of a fatal automobile accident were brought to the attention of students at Spanish Fork High School on May 17. A very realistic mock accident scene was staged on the

Statue ‘Circle of Friends’ to be included in New York exhibit

By Isaiah PriceLocal sculptor Gary Lee Price’s limited edition, bronze statue “Circle of Friends” has been accepted into the National Sculpture Society’s “A Blessing of Animals” show in New York

Mapleton firefighters host pancake breakfast

MAPLETON – The Mapleton Fire Department anticipates about 1,000 people will attend the annual Fireman’s Pancake Breakfast at the four-bay Mapleton Fire Station, 305 N. Main. They’ll be coming “fr

Birthday: Stanley Fred Pierce turns 100

Spanish Fork resident Stanley Fred Pierce, who prefers to be called Fred, celebrated his 100th birthday on May 14. He was born on May 14, 1917, to Stanley Griffith and Elizabeth Archibald Boyack

Trees add ambiance to Spanish Fork’s Main Street

Over time, but long before this town’s roads and sidewalks were covered with asphalt and concrete, Spanish Fork leaders planted the first of what eventually numbered 77 London planetrees.Today, 6

Serve Daily celebrates 5 years in publication

Springville resident Chris Baird has always felt strongly about providing service to his friends, family, neighbors - even strangers. He lives by the motto, “Pay it Forward,” meaning if people re

There is a reason they are called entitlements

By Chuck Warren, September Group, LLC; Salt Lake City, UtahEntitlement programs consume an inordinate share of government spending and are the main driver of federal deficits. Not surprisingly, t

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